Camille LeFevre, B.A., M.A., based in Northern Arizona, has written for online and print publications from Hyperallergic to Dance Magazine, Architectural Record to Audubon, American Craft to Southwest Contemporary. Her poetry and essays have appeared in Bridge Eight, Thin Air Magazine, Herstry, The Ekphrastic Review, and other publications. Her art catalog and book essays include “A Bestiary of Inquiry” for Artistry, “Once Upon a Time…” for Rebecca Krinke’s Bedtime Stories: Sculptures Reimagined, “Lineage: Ranee Ramaswamy” for Women in Dance Vol. 1, and “To Catch the Fact: Vesna Kittleson’s Self Portraits” for Synthesis: Art by Vesna Kittleson. She’s also written an ekphrastic essay on Moira Bateman’s fabric sculptures.
She’s taught senior seminars in arts journalism at the University of Minnesota and taught in the graduate school of Liberal Studies, and currently teaches arts writing at the American Institute of Indian Arts. She’s the 2023 recipient of the Scuglik Memorial Residency in ekphrastic writing with Write On, Door County in Wisconsin. She teaches ekphrastic writing in galleries and museums, including NewStudio Gallery in St. Paul where she’s gallery director. She’s working on a memoir about life in Arizona’s red-rock country and a book of ekphrastic poems.